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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9873 Heels 1 27/11/2018 See Ferrari pictures Picture must credit: FBR A new running shoes is set to revolutionise the sport – by doing away with the heel.Spanish trainer Franc Beneyto came up with the idea for the shoe after reading a book which investigated why Kenyan runners they were able to run more, faster and get injured less frequently than others. The book, written by journalist and amateur runner Adharanand Finn said the Kenyans had refined a natural running technique that didn’t require the support of the heel.Instead relied on the Achilles tendon, plantar arch, soleus and calf muscle. Beneyto was inspired to cut off the heel of a sports shoe to see what running in it would feel like and went out for a run. He later described the sensation of running without the support of the heel as “incredible”A few months later, Beneyto met Javier Gámez, a renowned doctor in biomechanics who recognized the potential of his heelless running shoe concept and proposed to have it analyzed at Sheffield Hallam University, in England.FBR shoe was compared to other conventional running shoes, and the results were so surprising that they were presented at various international Biomechanics and Podiatry congresses. The Faculty of Physiotherapy of Valencia began testing the FBR concept on injured athletes, and the results of their research were reportedly equally impressive. OPS: The FBR heel-less running shoe Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9873 Heels 1 27/11/2018 See Ferrari pictures Picture must credit: FBR A new running shoes is set to revolutionise the sport – by doing away with the heel.Spanish trainer Franc Beneyto came up with the idea for the shoe after reading a book which investigated why Kenyan runners they were able to run more, faster and get injured less frequently than others. The book, written by journalist and amateur runner Adharanand Finn said the Kenyans had refined a natural running technique that didn’t require the support of the heel.Instead relied on the Achilles tendon, plantar arch, soleus and calf muscle. Beneyto was inspired to cut off the heel of a sports shoe to see what running in it would feel like and went out for a run. He later described the sensation of running without the support of the heel as “incredible”A few months later, Beneyto met Javier Gámez, a renowned doctor in biomechanics who recognized the potential of his heelless running shoe concept and proposed to have it analyzed at Sheffield Hallam University, in England.FBR shoe was compared to other conventional running shoes, and the results were so surprising that they were presented at various international Biomechanics and Podiatry congresses. The Faculty of Physiotherapy of Valencia began testing the FBR concept on injured athletes, and the results of their research were reportedly equally impressive. OPS: The FBR heel-less running shoe Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9873 Heels 1 27/11/2018 See Ferrari pictures Picture must credit: FBR A new running shoes is set to revolutionise the sport – by doing away with the heel.Spanish trainer Franc Beneyto came up with the idea for the shoe after reading a book which investigated why Kenyan runners they were able to run more, faster and get injured less frequently than others. The book, written by journalist and amateur runner Adharanand Finn said the Kenyans had refined a natural running technique that didn’t require the support of the heel.Instead relied on the Achilles tendon, plantar arch, soleus and calf muscle. Beneyto was inspired to cut off the heel of a sports shoe to see what running in it would feel like and went out for a run. He later described the sensation of running without the support of the heel as “incredible”A few months later, Beneyto met Javier Gámez, a renowned doctor in biomechanics who recognized the potential of his heelless running shoe concept and proposed to have it analyzed at Sheffield Hallam University, in England.FBR shoe was compared to other conventional running shoes, and the results were so surprising that they were presented at various international Biomechanics and Podiatry congresses. The Faculty of Physiotherapy of Valencia began testing the FBR concept on injured athletes, and the results of their research were reportedly equally impressive. OPS: The FBR heel-less running shoe Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9873 Heels 1 27/11/2018 See Ferrari pictures Picture must credit: FBR A new running shoes is set to revolutionise the sport – by doing away with the heel.Spanish trainer Franc Beneyto came up with the idea for the shoe after reading a book which investigated why Kenyan runners they were able to run more, faster and get injured less frequently than others. The book, written by journalist and amateur runner Adharanand Finn said the Kenyans had refined a natural running technique that didn’t require the support of the heel.Instead relied on the Achilles tendon, plantar arch, soleus and calf muscle. Beneyto was inspired to cut off the heel of a sports shoe to see what running in it would feel like and went out for a run. He later described the sensation of running without the support of the heel as “incredible”A few months later, Beneyto met Javier Gámez, a renowned doctor in biomechanics who recognized the potential of his heelless running shoe concept and proposed to have it analyzed at Sheffield Hallam University, in England.FBR shoe was compared to other conventional running shoes, and the results were so surprising that they were presented at various international Biomechanics and Podiatry congresses. The Faculty of Physiotherapy of Valencia began testing the FBR concept on injured athletes, and the results of their research were reportedly equally impressive. OPS: The FBR heel-less running shoe Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9873 Heels 1 27/11/2018 See Ferrari pictures Picture must credit: FBR A new running shoes is set to revolutionise the sport – by doing away with the heel.Spanish trainer Franc Beneyto came up with the idea for the shoe after reading a book which investigated why Kenyan runners they were able to run more, faster and get injured less frequently than others. The book, written by journalist and amateur runner Adharanand Finn said the Kenyans had refined a natural running technique that didn’t require the support of the heel.Instead relied on the Achilles tendon, plantar arch, soleus and calf muscle. Beneyto was inspired to cut off the heel of a sports shoe to see what running in it would feel like and went out for a run. He later described the sensation of running without the support of the heel as “incredible”A few months later, Beneyto met Javier Gámez, a renowned doctor in biomechanics who recognized the potential of his heelless running shoe concept and proposed to have it analyzed at Sheffield Hallam University, in England.FBR shoe was compared to other conventional running shoes, and the results were so surprising that they were presented at various international Biomechanics and Podiatry congresses. The Faculty of Physiotherapy of Valencia began testing the FBR concept on injured athletes, and the results of their research were reportedly equally impressive. OPS: The FBR heel-less running shoe inventor Franc Beneyto Picture supplied by Ferrari